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Trump Gets Tough With Saudi, Totally Outsmarts Schumer, Sends Shockwaves Through World Market



The Democrats have never competed against someone like Trump and it shows every single day.

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The hapless Democrats, basically rooting against the economy at this point, came out in full force to rip the most predictable thing in America – rising gas prices during the summer driving season.

They tried to blame Trump:

The rising gas prices will, as one economist put it, roughly cancel out the 2018 consumption boost from tax cuts,” said Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, alongside House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, at a press conference earlier in May.

Whatever meager benefit working families might have seen from Trump’s tax scam for the rich is being wiped out by the gas prices that President Trump is responsible for.

Schumer also blamed the Republican president for walking away from the Iran Deal an international agreement Schumer famously did not support in the Senate.

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They thought they could score some cheap political points. But Trump was 2 steps ahead of the dynamic duo of Chuck and Nancy.

audi Arabia stopped supporting higher oil prices after Donald Trump said higher prices “will not be accepted.”

The world’s largest oil exporter was said to have planned to move oil prices up to $100 a barrel but now appears to have decided that prices should not move higher than $80 a barrel.

Oil prices fell Friday, sending shares of oil producers and refiners lower and airline shares higher after Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said his country shared the “anxiety” of his customers over the rising price of oil.

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He went on to announce that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would likely boost its output in the second half of the year.

All this follows a April 20th tweet from President Trump decrying the “artificially Very High” price of oil. Crude fell from $70 to $67 a barrel in New York on Friday.

Trump Gets Tough With Saudi, Totally Outsmarts Schumer, Sends Shockwaves Through World Market

The Democrats have never competed against someone like Trump and it shows every single day.

The hapless Democrats, basically rooting against the economy at this point, came out in full force to rip the most predictable thing in America – rising gas prices during the summer driving season.

Image result for Trump Gets Tough With Saudi, Totally Outsmarts Schumer, Sends Shockwaves Through World Market

They tried to blame Trump:

The rising gas prices will, as one economist put it, roughly cancel out the 2018 consumption boost from tax cuts,” said Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, alongside House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, at a press conference earlier in May.

Whatever meager benefit working families might have seen from Trump’s tax scam for the rich is being wiped out by the gas prices that President Trump is responsible for.

Schumer also blamed the Republican president for walking away from the Iran Deal an international agreement Schumer famously did not support in the Senate.

They thought they could score some cheap political points. But Trump was 2 steps ahead of the dynamic duo of Chuck and Nancy.

Image result for Trump Gets Tough With Saudi, Totally Outsmarts Schumer, Sends Shockwaves Through World Market

audi Arabia stopped supporting higher oil prices after Donald Trump said higher prices “will not be accepted.”

The world’s largest oil exporter was said to have planned to move oil prices up to $100 a barrel but now appears to have decided that prices should not move higher than $80 a barrel.

Oil prices fell Friday, sending shares of oil producers and refiners lower and airline shares higher after Saudi Oil Minister Khalid al-Falih said his country shared the “anxiety” of his customers over the rising price of oil.

He went on to announce that the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries would likely boost its output in the second half of the year.

All this follows a April 20th tweet from President Trump decrying the “artificially Very High” price of oil. Crude fell from $70 to $67 a barrel in New York on Friday.

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